Bolton-Le-Moors Car Club has raised £1800 for the Wigan and Leigh branch of Headway, the brain injury association, through donations at club events.
The Paul Swift Stunt Team sponsored a raffle at the club’s annual stage rally at Oulton Park, the Neil Howard Stages in association with Graham Coffey & Co. Solicitors. The prize was a chance to sit alongside Swift during his stunt show at the end of the rally.
Competitors also made donations and the club ran a demonstration autoSOLO, offering members of the public their first taste of grassroots motor sport in exchange for a small donation.
The MSA is pleased to announce that the Hillclimb and Sprint Association (HSA) will be taking over the organisation of the MSA British Sprint Championship from 2019. Read more
The Motor Sports Association (MSA) and Dare to be Different (D2BD) are teaming up to offer 120 girls the chance to try motorsport free at Silverstone next month (28 October). Read more
The Motor Sports Association (MSA) has committed to an in-depth review of competitor safety equipment over the next two years. This will explore a raft of initiatives, including strategies to reduce the burden on competitors of the unnecessary replac... Read more
Fifteen delegates and four future trainers took part in the first oneday MSA Rally Stage Commander refresher training in Bolton on 4 August, delivered by MSA Trainer, Jon Binns. Initial feedback has been excellent and nominations are still being acc... Read more
The MSA Academy is recruiting for the next intake of the Squad, an exclusive programme for 14- to 24-year-old competitors who have demonstrated potential excellence in motor sport. Read more
The MSA seeks a Stewards Administrative Intern to be based at its office in Colnbrook (near Heathrow Airport). This is a full-time position on a six-month fixed term contract. Read more
Young racers Ricky Collard and Callum Ilott have joined rallycross star Dan Rooke as new members of MSA Team UK, the pinnacle of the MSA Academy talent development pathway. Read more
In a landmark development for Welsh motor sport, new laws facilitating closed-road events came into force today (2 February), following a long campaign by the MSA and the motor sport community. Read more